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of taking security from the Lacedæmo-
nians, vii. 145.

Ira hominis non implet justiciam Dei, vi. 384,

Ireland, Simnell's rebellion in, vi. 47—54.

Perkin Warbeck makes a second vain
attempt to raise rebellion, vi. 162.
quieted by Sir E. Poyning's commission,
vi. 154, 162.

Henry VII. attempts to introduce English
manners, vi. 198.

few cases of Uses in, why, vii. 406.
subject to English law by charter of
King John, vii. 660.

Henry VIII. first styled king of, vii. 677.
Irish rebel, petitioned to be hanged in a withy,
vi. 471.

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James I., whether Bacon wrote the History of
Henry VII. to flatter him, vi. 8—16.

his alterations in Bacon's manuscript of
the reign of Henry VII. vi. 29, 34,

his dependence on the House of Commons
for supplies, vii. 41–43.

sayings to his parliament, vii. 166, 167.

his answer to a book of the Cardinal of
Evereux, ib.

of the provincial parliaments, ib.

on residence in the country, vii. 175.
anecdotes of, vii. 175, 176.

appoints Mitchell to a new patent office;

the proceedings thereupon, vii. 683-


James III. of Scotland, Henry VII. sends an
embassy to, vi. 62.

his death, vi. 90.

killed at Bannocksbourn, vi. 91.

James IV. of Scotland, at the devotion of
France, vi. 119.

demands reparation for the murder of the
Scots at Norham, vi. 199.
makes peace with Henry VII. vi. 200.
marries Margaret, daughter of Henry
VII. vi. 216.

Henry VII. declares war against him, vi.
121, 122.

his reception of Perkin Warbeck, vi. 161

invades Northumberland, vi. 166–171.
again invades England, and besieges
Norham Castle, vi. 184.

retires before the Earl of Surrey, ib.
Hialas sent by Henry with proposals of
peace, vi. 185.

refuses to give up Perkin, vi. 186.
dismisses him, ib.

Jason the Thessalian, vii. 50.

of justice, vii. 144.


Jermyn and Askew's case, vii. 564.
Jest, some subjects privileged from, vi. 455,

Jesuits, cunning of, vi. 428.

presence of in England, is treason, vii.
734, 738.

aiding and relieving, a case of Præmunire,
vii. 742.

Jews, their idolatries, vii. 31.

Joan, or Juanna, daughter of Ferdinando of
Spain, wife of Philip king of Castile,
vi. 233.

her marriage with Henry VII. of Eng-
land thought of, vi. 235.

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Judges continued.

their principal duty, to suppress force and
fraud, vi. 507, 583.

must beware of harsh constructions, ib.
ought to have regard to time as well as
matter, vi. 508.

ought in justice to remember mercy, vi.
508, 583.

their parts in hearing causes are four, ib.
conduct towards advocates, vi. 508, 584.
in relation to the sovereign, vi. 509, 510,

subject to the king's prerogative, vi. 598.
good fortune tellers, vii. 172.

grounds on which error may be assigned,
vii. 366.

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Judicature continued.

towards the sovereign, vi. 509, 510,


Julius, Pope, requested to canonise Henry

VI. of England, vi. 233.

Julius III., Pope, sayings of his, vii. 126.
Julius Cæsar. See Cæsar, Julius.
Juno, courted by Jupiter in the form of a
cuckoo, interpretation of the fable, vi.

a Jove sub formam cuculi petita, vi. 654.
Jura sanguinis nullo jure civili dirimi possunt,
vii. 357, 358.- Vide Affinitas.
Juramenta irrevocabilia, vi. 633, 634.
Jurisdiction, stir not questions of, vi. 400,

Jury may take knowledge of matters not
within the evidence, vii. 341. .
Jus accrescendi, vii. 351.

in re, Jus ad rem, vii. 398.

triplex, precarium, fiduciarium, legitimum,
vii. 401.

publicum, divided into four parts, vii.


Justices of the peace, vii. 469, 470, 779.
statute of Henry VII. respecting,
monitory and minatory, vi. 96.
itinerant in Wales, jurisdiction of, vii.
778.-See Judges.

Justinian's Institutes, vii. 314.

Justs and tourneys, vi. 468.

Juventus, florem ejus inter antiquos non de-
ciduum, vi. 672.

Kalyke, night, vi. 612, 613.

Katharine, daughter of Ferdinando and Isa-
bella, vi. 185, 212.

her ill-omened marriage with Arthur, son
of Henry VII. vi. 204, 212.
her dowry, vi. 213.

whether bedded, vi. 214, 215.
Kelley, the alchymist, Sir Edward Dyer's
story of, vii. 162.

Kendal, Prior of St. John's, in Henry VIIth's
reign, vi. 172.

Kent, Perkin Warbeck lands near Sandwich,
vi. 156.

never conquered, vi. 177; vii. 476.
custom of, Gavelkind, vii. 479.

Earl of, firm to Henry VII. against the
Cornish rebels, vi. 177.

Countess of, her case, vii. 718, 719.

Kentish men loyal to Henry VII. against
Perkin Warbeck, vi. 157.

Cornish rebels desire to join with them
against Henry VII. vi. 177.

Kildare, Earl of, Deputy of Ireland, vi. 154.
sent prisoner to England by Sir Edward
Poynings, vi. 155.

his attainder reversed, vi. 198.
King, essay of a, vi. 595-600.



whether by Bacon, vi. 593.

a mortal god on earth, vi. 595.
nature and exercise of his prerogative, vi.

cannot be seized to a use, vii. 435.
may be cestui que use, vii. 438.
may declare a use, vii. 442.

has a double capacity, in his natural body,

and in his body politic, vii. 667, 668.
his right shall not be questioned, unless
he be a party to the cause, vii. 692,

hath privileges in his suits, which the
subject hath not, vii. 693.
how made party to a suit, vii. 694.
his prerogatives in sueing, vii. 700,

can create an office de novo, vii. 716,

Kings not envied but by kings, vi. 394.
have few things to desire, and many to
fear, vi. 419, 552.

sometimes set their hearts on toys, why,

great conquerors superstitious in their
latter years, ib.

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Kingdoms, essay on the true greatness of, vi.
444-452, 586-588.

causes of their true greatness, vii. 48,


King's Bench, institution and jurisdiction of,
vi. 85; vii. 465, 471.

Knee-timber for ships, some men resemble, vi.
405, 546.

Knesworth, Mayor of London, fined 1400%.
by Henry VII. vi. 236.
Knight-service, vii. 481.

Knights-bannerets, twelve made by Henry
VII. vi. 34.

Knights of the shire, vii. 548.

Knowledge is but remembrance, vi. 512.
itself is power, vii. 253.

Labrador, Sebastian Gabato sails to, vi. 196.
Labyrinth of Daedalus, meaning of the fable,
vi. 734, 735.

Labyrinthus Dædali, vi. 659, 660.
Lacedæmonians taught by Epaminondas to
speak long, vii. 155.

Lambert Simnell the Pretender, vi. 44-59.
crowned at Dublin, vi. 54.

ends as a scullion in the royal kitchen,
vi. 59.

Lamia the courtezan, vii. 153.

Lampadiferorum certamina, in honore Pro-
methei, vi. 670, 675.

Lancaster, House of, its title to the throne,
vi. 29, 30, 31.
Landloper, vi. 133.

Lands. See Property.

Languages should be learnt before travelling,

vi. 417.

Languedoc, wines and woads of, to be im-
ported only in English bottoms, vi. 95.
Lanthony, Prior of, made Chancellor of Ire-
land, vi. 154.

Laodiceans and lukewarm persons, vi. 382.
Latham, Henry VII. goes in progress to, to
make merry with Sir Thomas Stanley, vi.

Latimer, Bishop, his proposal to enrich the
king, vii. 126.

Latin, law Latin, vii. 410.
Latmos, derivation of, vi. 613.

Laud, Dr., likened hypocrites to the images in
the groining of the church roof, vii.

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Laws, to be treated of at large by the histo-
rian, why, vi. 96.

administration of penal laws, vi. 507,

like cobwebs, vii. 150.

cannot be made irrevocable, vii. 371.
conflict of, ib.-See Statutes.

Laws of England, digest of, purposed by
Bacon, vii. 14, 302.

a preparation for the union of, vii. 731-

advantage of such union, vii. 731.

similarity between the English and
Scotch, vii. 732.

Learning flourishes in the middle age of a
state, vi. 516, 517.

the art of unlearning, vii. 159.

Lease, made by a parson, avoided by his suc-
cessor, vii. 327.

by heir of disseisor, vii. 350, 351.

by discontinuance, vii. 352.

by coparceners, vii. 359.

for years, vii. 488.

for lives, vii. 489.

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Letters Patent, granted to Michell by James 1.

vii. 683-686.

Elizabeth foiled in the like grant to
Cavendish, ib.

of subpoenas, vii. 699.

of the writ of Diem solvit extremum, ib.
of licenses of alienation, ib.

of the writ of Supplicavit supersedeas, ib.
of the writing of letters missive to York, ib.
of the writing of affidavits, vii. 700.
of extents on statute staples, ib.

of making commissions to the delegates, ib.
of cursitors, for original writs, ib.

for measuring linen cloth, granted to John
Butler, vii. 713.

of new inventions, vii. 717.
for leets, ib.

exemplifications of, vii. 773.

Leucippus, his school charged with Atheism,
vi. 413, 559.

Lewis XI. closeness his tormentor, vi. 440.

brought the crown out of ward, vii. 153.
Lewis XII to his Swiss mercenaries, vii.


Lewis Bowle's case, vii. 527.

Lex regia, vii. 370.

talionis, vii. 135, 347.- See Law.
Libels against the state, vi. 407, 589.

against Henry VII. vi. 153.
Liberatores imperiorum, vi. 506, 532.
Licences to collect for losses by fire and water,
vii. 773.

Licet dispositio de interesse futuro sit inutilis,
tamen potest fieri declaratio præcedens, &c.,
vii. 362.

Licita benè miscentur, formula nisi juris ob-
stet, vii, 379.

Lie, Lord Chancellor Hatton's pun, vii. 136.
why men love lies, vi. 377.

the shame of, vi. 379.

Light, dry, the best soul, vi. 441; vii. 163, 229.
Lightnings in the West Indies, vi. 512.
Likenesses of children to relations rather than
parents, vi. 391, 549.

Limitation, a statute of, passed by Henry
VII. vi. 93.

Lincoln, Earl of, joins the Irish rebellion
against Henry VII. vi. 52.
joins battle at Newark, vi. 57.
Lingard, Dr., on the restoration of the Queen
Dowager's dower, by Henry VII. vi. 46.
Lions under Salomon's throne, vi. 510; vii.

Liver, sarza taken for disease of, vi. 437.
Livia, when met by naked youths, vii. 139.
Loan from the City of London to Henry VII.
of 4000l., vi. 97.

loans borrowed from his subjects by
Henry VII. vi. 174.

London, the city contributes 90007. to a be-
nevolence, in the 7th year of Henry
VII. vi. 121.

army of Henry VII. assembled at, for the
invasion of France, vi. 128.

letters sent by Henry VII. to the Mayor


and Aldermen, announcing the peace of
Estaples, vi. 131.

others from Calais, vi. 207.

bound for the performance of the treaty
between Henry VII. and the Archduke
Philip, vi. 173.

threatened by the Cornish rebels encamped
at Blackheath, vi. 178, 180.

pays a benevolence of 5000 marks to
Henry VII. vi. 224.

or country, for a residence, vii. 175.
Long robe, persons of the, vi. 223.
Lorg, Roger, plots Perkin Warbeck's escape
from the Tower, vi. 202, 203.
Longævitas, medecinæ ad prolongationem
vitæ facientes, an veteribus notæ, vi. 672.
Longevity, art of prolongation of life known
to the ancients and lost, vi, 749.

Lopez, Roderigo, tried for a conspiracy to
poison Queen Elizabeth, vi. 357.
Lord of the Hundred, vii. 467.

Lot, the, vii. 211.

Louis XI. afraid of an able man, vi. 342.
his favourites, vi. 718.

Ferdinando, and Henry VII., tres magi
of kings, vi. 244.

Love compared with Envy, vi. 392.
essay on, vi. 397, 398, 557, 558.
the stage more beholden to, than the life
of man, vi. 397, 557.

in extravagance, the excesses of it, vi.


the ruin of business, vi. 398, 558.
nuptial, friendly, wanton, vi. 398.
a crowd is not company, and faces are but
a gallery of pictures, and talk but a
tinkling cymbal, where there is no love,
vi. 437.

without end hath no end, vii. 146.

as though you should hereafter hate, vii.

love me little, love me long, vii. 203.-See

Lovell, Lord, his rebellion against Henry VII.
vi. 42, 43.

lands at Fouldrey in Lancashire, vi. 56.
mystery respecting his death, vi. 58.
sails to Flanders, vi. 52.

corresponds with Sir Thomas Broughton,
vi. 53.

Low Countries, excellence of their govern-
ment, vi. 405.

cycle of weather observed in, vi. 513.
their wealth, vii. 61.

have the best mines above ground in the
world, vi. 410.

Lowe's case of tenures, Bacon's argument in,
vii. 546-556.

Ludlow Castle, scene of the death of Prince
Arthur, son of Henry VII. vi. 215.
Lucrum, sive Atalanta, vi. 667.
Lucullus, his winter residence, vi. 482.
his faction of Optimates, vi. 499.
Pompey's saying to, vii. 140.

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Machiavel, object of" the Prince," vi. 9.
saying of, that Christianity had given
good men up in prey to tyrants, vi.
403, 544.

on partizanship in princes, vi. 408, 589.
on force of custom, vi. 470, 572.
traduceth Gregory the Great, vi. 513.
on the sinews of war, vii. 40, 55.
Mackintosh, Sir James, his remarks on Bacon's
History of Henry VII. vi. 8-10.

his charges answered, vi. 10-15.
his habit of altering Bacon's phrase-
ulogy, vi. 217.

on the share of Ferdinand of Spain in
the execution of the Earl of Warwick by
Henry VII. vi. 204, 205, 212.

Madden, Sir Frederic, on Perkin Warbeck,
vi. 132.

Madman, felony by, vii. 346.

homicide by, vii. 348, 360.

trespass by, ib.

Mæcenas on the marriage of Julia, vi, 439.
Magna Carta, vii. 512, 513.

Magnanimity destroyed by atheism, vi. 415,

Mahomet, his sword not to be taken up, vi.

going to the mountain, vi. 402.

his opportunities, vi. 514.

Malice, vii. 364.

must be proved in capital cases, but not

in civil, vii. 347, 348.

Malicious intent in criminal cases, vii. 364, 365.
Malpertius, Lord, brings tidings to Henry VII.
from Bretayne, vi. 98.

Malum granatum, a Proserpinâ gustatum, vi.

Malum, an Deus auctor mali, vii. 242.
Mamaluches, Sultanry of, vii. 33.
Man lives the life of a tree, vi. 602.

his creation by Prometheus, vi. 745.
the centre of the world, vi. 747.
most composite of beings, ib.
a microcosm, ib.

of all living things most susceptible of
improvement, vii. 99.

creation of, vii. 221.- Vide Homo.
Man, Isle of, lawsuit respecting, on the death

of Ferdinand, Earl of Derby, note by
Bacon in Camden, vi. 358.

granted by Edward III. to Lord Darby,
vii. 510.

Mandata licita recipiunt strictam interpreta-
tionem, sed illicita latam et extensam, vii.
365, 366.
Maniable, vii. 100.


Luxembourg, Francis Lord of, ambassador
to England from Charles VIII. vi. 104.
Lycull, abbot of, his case, vii. 710.
Lycurgus on equality, vii. 129.

of the heroes of the heathen, vii. 155.
Lysimachus, of Lamia the courtezan, vii. 153.

Mannerhood of the kingdom, vi. 94.
Manners, Lady Ann, her case, vii. 621.
Manors, origin of, vii. 483, 485.
Manslaughter, vii. 463, 464.
Mantell's case, vii. 618, 619.

Manufactures, where foreign materials are
but superfluities, foreign manufactures
should be prohibited, vi. 223.

one nation selleth to another one of three
things, vi. 410.

effect of on the military spirit of a nation,
vi. 448, 588.

Manuring, arable land cannot be manured
without people and families, vi. 93.
Marbury, the preacher, vii. 133.
Marcellus and Regulus, the false accusers, vii.


Marches, jurisdiction of the court of the, Ba-
con's argument on, vii. 587-611.
meaning of the word, vii. 587, 592,
594, 607.

Marcus Antonius, one of the only two great
men of history carried away by love, vi.

Margaret, Lady, eldest daughter of Henry
IV. sought in marriage by James IV. vi. 200.
Margaret, Lady, mother of Henry VII. her
dream, vi. 245.

Margaret, Dutchess Dowager of Savoy,
sought in marriage by Henry VII. vi.


marriage postponed by reason of the
king's illness, vi. 235.

Margaret, daughter of Henry VII. marries
James IV. of Scotland, vi. 216.
her jointure, ib.

Margaret of Burgundy, favours the Irish re-
bels against Henry VII. vi. 52, 53.
receives all traitors against Henry VII.
vi. 89.

raises up Perkin Warbeck, vi. 132.
trains herself for the part, vi. 134, 135.
sends him into Portugal, vi. 136.
thence to Ireland, ib.

sends Stephen Fryon to him, vi. 137.
Perkin returns to her in Flanders, vi. 138.
Lord Suffolk flies to her, vi. 211.
Marignian, Charles, ambassador to England,
vi. 104.

Marlebridge, statute of, vii. 411, 531, 542.
Marriage, essay on, vi. 391, 392, 547, 548.
the right time to marry, vi. 392.
Orpheus why averse to, vi. 722.
like a black pudding, vii. 141.
second, Cato the Elder to his son, vii. 146.
when to marry, vii. 156.

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